Dries Van Noten Inspires Audiences at MoMu
The Dries Van Noten exhibition, “Inspirations”, is now open at MoMu in Antwerp until June 19. The show was a success at Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris last year, and now there is even more content on display. Some of his inspiration includes Bronzino paintings and Schiaparelli dresses that were unable to be shipped to Paris – he even added scent to the MoMu. The exhibit is like a behind-the-scenes into the mind of Dries Van Noten. Read more: I-D

Nike Collaborations
Nike has teamed up with Japanese label Sacai for an eight-piece collection. Sacai’s designer, Chitose Abe, turned to Nike’s archives for original silhouettes but honed in on fabric development for the innovating designs. Nike has also announced a second collaboration with Pigalle again, this time around they will be launching a larger collection based on fleece fabrics. Read more: BoF and STYLE.COM

Rihanna Designs Fendi Bag For Charity
Fendi 3Baguette Bag has been re-designed by five influential New Yorkers for different charities of their choosing. The collaborators include Rihanna, Jourdan Dunn, Leandra Medin, Rachel Feinstein and Sarah Jessica Parker. Jourdan Dunn took inspiration from Jamaica, while Rihanna featured the iconic double F pattern on velvet. They are on auction until March 13. Read more: BURO 24/7 

Buy Fashion Week Tickets!
Anyone can get into fashion week, for a price. People are scalping tickets for New York Fashion Week, with tickets soaring up to $1300 to shows like Alexander Wang or Kayne’s Adidas show. However, for London Fashion Week, it is a smaller crowd and newcomers are noticed. Read more: DAZED